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I am a political scientist at the Université de Montréal, where I read on comparative and international political economy. I am particularly interested in the politics of foreign direct investment and international taxation. I have also done some work on economic voting, monetary policy, foreign aid, and research methods.
Preprint PDFs, supplementary materials, replication code, and data for all my published articles are archived by the Open Science Foundation. For a full list of publications, please read my CV. Here are a few selected articles:
- Satisfaction with democracy and the American dream. Forthcoming. Journal of Politics. (Nadeau, Richard, Vincent Arel-Bundock & Jean-François Daoust)
- Do voters benchmark economic performance? Forthcoming. British Journal of Political Science. (Arel-Bundock, Vincent, André Blais & Ruth Dassonneville)
- When can multiple imputation improve regression estimates? 2018. Political Analysis. Volume 26, Issue 2, pp.240-245. (Arel-Bundock, Vincent & Krzysztof Pelc)
- The unintended consequences of bilateralism: Treaty shopping and international tax policy. 2017. International Organization. Volume 71, Issue 2, pp. 349-71. (Arel-Bundock, Vincent)
- Conditional tax competition in the American states. 2018. Journal of Public Policy. Volume 38, Issue 2, pp.191-220. (Arel-Bundock, Vincent & Srinivas Parinandi)
- The political determinants of foreign direct investment: A firm-level analysis. 2017. International Interactions. Volume 43 Issue 3, pp.424-52. (Arel-Bundock, Vincent)
- The limits of foreign aid diplomacy: How bureaucratic design shapes aid distribution. 2015. International Studies Quarterly. Volume 59, Issue 3, pp.544-556. (Arel-Bundock, Vincent, James Atkinson & Rachel Augustine Potter)
- Independent but not indifferent: Partisan bias in monetary policy at the Fed. 2013. Economics & Politics. Volume 25, Issue 1, pp.1-26. (Clark, William R & Vincent Arel-Bundock)
- countrycode is a package for R which can be used to convert country codes and country names. Links: Github, CRAN.
- WDI is a package for R which allows users to search and download thousands of panel data series from the World Bank's World Development Indicators. Links: Github, CRAN.
- Rdatasets is a collection of 1000+ datasets that were originally distributed alongside the statistical software environment R and some of its add-on packages. The goal is to make these data more broadly accessible for teaching and statistical software development. Each dataset is distributed in comma-separated values format, with detailed html documentation. http://vincentarelbundock.github.com/Rdatasets